The Grange School (Chile)

The Grange School (Chile)

Type: Day / Co-ed
Age Range: 4-18
Head's Name: R. Rachid Benammar
Address: Ave. Principe De Gales 6154
La Reina
Phone: 00 56 22 5981502
Division: International

School Profile

Throughout its history, The Grange has faithfully adhered to our Founder´s educational philosophy, based on developing the potential of every pupil through a commitment to discipline and good manners. This all-rounder concept is linked to the renaissance ideal of an integrated, holistic education, where the mental, physical, social and moral coalesce to give balance and enhance individual growth. Furthermore, the spirit of fair play underpins all aspects of life at school and encourages respect for universal values.

After over eighty years and with 1950 pupils on roll, our school is synonymous with quality and excellence. Leavers are thoroughly prepared to embark upon university courses and to become trustworthy leaders in the future. 

The Grange has provided us with strong values, a relentless search for knowledge, access to vanguard technology and great facilities. The ten hectare site incorporates the necessary infrastructure in order to provide us with every tool needed to help our pupils reach the highest standards, both academically and beyond the classroom.

The Grange is a fully bilingual institution, enjoying strong bonds with Britain and the Commonwealth. Our Preparatory School education encourages total immersion in English from Pre-Kinder. The Senior School curriculum is a blend of national and international programmes, which aims to prepare our pupils for further studies at the university of their choice, anywhere in the world. We are involved in on-going programmes of teacher and pupil exchanges between Chile, the UK and the rest of the world, in order to encourage the sharing of ideas, methodology and experience.

All of these efforts have placed us amongst the best independent schools in Chile, and bestowed on The Grange School an outstanding reputation amongst the top schools in Latin America.